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I guess be happy and just enjoy life, does that sound too ordinary?
I am a very sociable person, I like to find new friends and to share experiences. I see my self as open-minded and easy-going, I like having people around, especially if travellers with stories to tell!
This is too long to write, you'll understand my philosophy and all of my ideas as soon as you meet me. I really enjoy good conversations :)
You could describe me as quite a full time dreamer.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
Because it's simply great to be part of something good.
I love travelling, I feel the urge of moving around, visiting new places and getting to know new people in this big wonderful world we have, that's my very biggest interest and my greatest passion - just as many others on CS I guess.
I also love listening to music and reading. I enjoy people; even just hanging out and have some drinks with friends is enough for me to have a good time.
- sharing stories
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Falling in love - craziest thing ever
Then maybe sleeping in Bolivia's Uyuni desert by -20° and no sleeping bag - keeping our fireplace working really saved us. And wow, was the sunrise around me the following day the best thing I ever lived.
Teach, Learn, Share
Well, if any of you would like to learn Italian for whatever reason, that I can teach ;)
I really hope there's something more that I can teach/share besides my very own language, but I just can't think about it now.. we'll see what comes along.
Always looking forward to learning something new, I'm very open to anything you might want to teach me!
What I Can Share with Hosts
House&facilities, Sofa-bed, food, maybe a bike; plenty of books, music, drinks and a good time.
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Croatia, Denmark, Ecuador, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Mexico, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Scotland, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In